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Hello, I'm fairly new to vaping and I seem to have a problem with my Hcigar vt75.
The issue is that when I fire my coils, the 'cold ohm' readings change, so not only the raw ohms but also the cold ohms.
To my understanding this is not supposed to happen(?)

I really don't understand why this would be happening.
Even when I 'lock ohms' the cold ohm reading changes on both my device, the atomizer analyzer and device monitor in Escribe.

Right now I am using 28g SS316L coils on a original Limitless plus tank.
I have the latest firmware available updated to this device.
I have done both a soft and a hard reset without any result.

Anyone has an answer to why this is happening?

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46 minutes ago, VapingH said:

when I fire my coils, the 'cold ohm' readings change, so not only the raw ohms but also the cold ohms.

In reality it's changing because you might be using SS wire, and you showed Profile 2, your mod is not in Profile 2 and just using watts. Notice the 'temperature set' field is blank. 

Welcome :hand_splayed:

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9 minutes ago, Wayneo said:

In reality it's changing because you might be using SS wire, and you showed Profile 2, your mod is not in Profile 2 and just using watts. Notice the 'temperature set' field is blank.
 

Okay so this is supposed to happen when it's in wattage/power mode?
I understand that it might not matter as much in power mode since i'm not using TC but it's not something that's 'wrong'?

Edit: I tried in TC mode and you're right. It doesn't change at all in TC mode.

Thanks. :hand_splayed:

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6 minutes ago, VapingH said:

Okay so this is supposed to happen when it's in wattage/power mode?

Hah! I don't work here/there. But, that is the current behavior of that field. You're good. 

9 minutes ago, VapingH said:

Edit: I tried in TC mode and you're right. It doesn't change at all in TC mode.

If you keep an eye on it, that value will move lower, probably drop ~.03 ohms over the next little bit. You're still good, and that's supposed to happen. 'Refinement', BTW. 

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